hello, this is breakfast with chris mason and nina warhurst. help is out there. good morning, here‘s a summary of today‘s main you can talk to frank, stories from bbc news. which is the nhs's confidential after the first day advice service for addicts of the labour conference and their carers. was dominated by infighting, their phone number the party will try to move the agenda back to policy today by announcing plans to abolish and website is below. 0fsted, the schools inspectorate in england. the new system would see local thank you for watching. authorities provide regular stay well. checks and full—time inspectors we will see you soon. would only be called into schools when concerns are raised. labour also plans to scrap nhs prescription charges in england. prescriptions are free in all other parts of the uk. travel company thomas cook will meet with shareholders and creditors this morning in a final attempt to piece together a rescue deal. good morning, welcome to breakfast with chris mason the travel firm could fall and nina warhurst. into administration within days our headlines today: unless it finds an extra £200 million. labour promises free there are reports that some holiday prescriptions for all as it tries resorts are concerned to put policy back in the spotlight about being paid.
the british travel association, abta, says thomas cook is operating at a party conference as normal, and all package overshadowed by internal rows. thomas cook will hold emergency holidays are protected. talks this morning in a last—ditch attempt to find a rescue deal to prevent it going bust. three of the home nations begin their rugby world cup campaigns in the next few hours. eight migrants have been picked ireland take on scotland up by border force off the coast of kent. 0fficials intercepted the small boat while england face tonga. in the st margaret‘s bay area yesterday afternoon. those on board said they came still warm for many of us from afghanistan and iran. today and breezy too, last month, the home secretary but with some rain. in fact, there are some thundery and her french counterpart agreed to intensify action to tackle small showers around as well this morning. boat crossings in the channel. more detail in around 15 minutes. a memorial service will take place in the swiss alps today, to mark the disappearance of a glacier. the pizol glacier has been reduced to a few frozen lumps. scientists warn that 80 per cent it's sunday 22 september. of switzerland‘s 1,500 glaciers our top story: could disappear by the end of this century, if global after internal divisions dominated warming continues. the headlines on the first day strictly coming dancing is back. of labour's party conference, snazzy outfits, big it's aiming to shift attention back songs and brave moves. to policy today. 15 couples did their thing it'll announce plans to abolish nhs for the first time, prescription charges in england including our very own mike bushell and his partner katya jones. and replace ofsted with mike proved he had rhythm with head a new school inspection system. our political correspondent, judge shirley ballas saying his kick nick eardley is at the labour conference in brighton. ball changes has week nick, a couple of eye—catching
annoucements from labour today. eight potential. what make some big policies coming from labour today. let me take you through the helpline first. labour mike did not expect such positivity, wa nt to through the helpline first. labour want to get rid of all prescription charges in england. they have because he was tipped to go out in already been scrapped and scotland, wales and northern ireland, so if the first week! labour were in power they would be what a morning it is, the rugby playing catch up in that respect, world cup finally under way. ireland that the party is worried that some people are going without medicines and scotland taking on each other in england because of the £9 fee later today, it feels like the they have to pay for prescription biggest buildup to the world cup i felt in many years. especially charges. have a listen to the health because it‘s the queen scotland and ireland —— between scotland and ireland —— between scotland and ireland in the first group came. it's ireland in the first group came. it‘s an odd rivalry, a very friendly secretary. it is a topsy-turvy syste m secretary. it is a topsy-turvy system where if you are prescribed one. it is exciting though, and i antidepressants and you are in a low income job you have to pay for your can feel at this time, for some prescription, but you don't have to
pay for your prescription if you've reason it feels closer than ever. that game getting under way in just over an hour. got hiv. so, the whole system needs to be completely looked at again. we‘re joined now in the studio by former scotland coach and player, bryan redpath and also from london by former ireland international, they also want a whole new system shane horgan. good morning to both of you, thanks when it comes to school inspections. the party is going to promise today for joining good morning to both of you, thanks to scrap ofsted. the current forjoining us. i would say it‘s a inspector saying it is too stressful and it adds to the workload for very early morning, but i know both of you would be wide—awake at this teachers. instead, they want to have time anyway for this matter. brian, talking about this scotland/ ireland a 2—pronged system where there would be regular health checks on students rivalry, it gets a bit less friendly again just be regular health checks on students againjust in be regular health checks on students again just in england, every time, doesn‘t it? rivalry, it gets a bit less friendly every time, doesn't it?|j rivalry, it gets a bit less friendly every time, doesn't it? ithink be regular health checks on students againjust in england, and if concerns were raised there would be that‘s very respectful. i think the more wide—ranging reviews led by celtic nations stick together a lot, experts. let's talk about the and a big thing about today is it‘s politics of this. for a casual the first game, the importance of viewer, having a look at labour's the first game, the importance of the world cup is massive, and ireland have had a big defeat and a conference, someone viewer, having a look at labour's conference, someone who might not be couple of big wins, and they have able to deliver on their central done well in the pre— match. i think pledge on brexit, they have a leader if the weather stays good today scotla nd if the weather stays good today scotland will have a real chance, but i think it will be difficult, who is disliked in many circles, and because scotland are probably going
here is the opposition‘s chance to in as favourite. chain, obviously be in the spotlight and they are all fighting like rats in a sack. not being world number one has a bit of the ideal way to start, is it? added pressure with it as well. but yesterday was dominated by the row over some ofjeremy corbyn‘s backers this is a very experienced scotland side that ireland will be facing trying to get rid of the deputy today. yes, but i'm not sure ireland leader, tom watson. the next is over rates itself is number one in the world. after that new zealand and brexit. mr corbyn wants to tread a south africa game yesterday, the middle road and have another title doesn't really sit very well referendum if they win power. but on an irish team, but i think they will probably reckon themselves to also deciding what they were back, a be favourite against the scottish side. a lot will come down to the forward pack and what goes on, and new brexit deal or staying in the eu that nine tenths access as well. we until after a general election. that has made some people furious. the vast majority of brexit related motions are about staying in the eu, have to mention the elephant in the room, no rob carney or keith earls, thatis motions are about staying in the eu, that is what they are calling for. so there is a bit of a barney how much of an impact will that coming, potentially. we like a bit have? is not ideal planning, but if you look at the players that have ofa coming, potentially. we like a bit of a barney! in the next few minutes, we'll speak to shadow international come in, ourfullback is up against development secretary, dan carden. travel company thomas cook will meet shareholders hogg, one of the best fullbacks in and creditors this morning to try to piece together
a rescue deal. the travel firm could fall into administration within days unless it finds the world, and will rose in the an extra £200 million. we're joined by our reporter centre was probably debating whether simonjones, who is at a law firm he would go alongside henshaw in that position anyway. also, conway in central london, where the emergency meeting is taking place. has been one of ireland‘s best performers, but losing a little bit of experience with earles. almost good morning, simon. £900 million deal that should have been next with every game, a lot of the real friday, they need this extra 200 ground work will have to be done up front, and whether those players in million, but how much optimism is the backline can perform or not will there that they can find it?|j depend on the sort of ball ireland can get from the lineout and scrum. million, but how much optimism is there that they can find it? i was speaking to one expert, and he puts the chances that 50—50. the talks are due to get under way in a couple i mentioned experienced in the of hours, and these are being described as the most crucial scotla nd i mentioned experienced in the scotland side, but winning a game discussions in the 178 year history against ireland, your first group of thomas cook. we are expecting the game, and mentally what will that mean for scotland ? game, and mentally what will that mean for scotland? it sets them for the whole tournament. the first games are a big ones. we saw new firm's big chinese backers to be here, along with other creditors. the question is whether anyone is prepared to put their hand in their zealand yesterday put in a performance that they probably pocket and come up with the £200 haven't had for a few weeks, and today the weather is meant to
million the firm is said to need to change, it is meant to rain, which get it through what is likely to be a difficult winter period. for passengers and holidaymakers it is a will go back to the halfbacks and very difficult time. if the firm the forward pack. i think ireland goes bust we reckon there are around 150,000 uk holidaymakers currently other favourites, but for scotland on thomas cook holidays. they would we have nothing to lose, it is an have to be brought back by the underdog mentality. to go over british government, the biggest repatriation since world war ii. the there, hopefully the weather will be good and it will stay fair and greg company itself is saying flights are russell and laid lock can steer them still operating, and it understands the discomfort of passengers, and to erwin. who are the names and faces that we should be looking out that was certainly the case at a hotel in tunisia yesterday evening, for? today i think finn russell from where a group of british holidaymakers set as they try to check out of the hotel they were a scottish point of view, and greig told they couldn't leave because the hotel was owed money by thomas cook. laidlaw, and stuart hogg was mentioned as well. if the weather they had to wait for around four changes, nine and ten have to hours until eventually a deal was perform well. if it is loose, stuart secured to let them out, but a sign of the uncertainty and difficulty passengers are facing. hogg from scotland point of view will definitely have a hand in how it goes. i‘d be the man who makes eight migrants have been picked the difference. definitely, he is an up by border force off x factor player. if you have a few the coast of kent.
0fficials intercepted their small boat in the st margaret's bay area on saturday afternoon. those on board said they came bad kicks, if you keep badly to him from afghanistan and iran. last month, the home secretary he is someone who can open up and her french counterpart agreed defences. it is incredible that the weather makes such a difference. to intensify action to tackle small completely. i think for scotland boat crossings in the channel. particularly, the weather has a huge impact on how it plays out. with a memorial service will take place in the swiss alps today, to mark the disappearance of a glacier. conor murray and sexton, they are the pizol glacier has been reduced probably the best kicking halfbacks to a few frozen lumps. scientists warn that 80% around, and it gets wet the forward of switzerland's 1,500 glaciers could disappear by the end of this can get in the game, because they century, if global warming continues. will kick in stuart hogg and maitland, and seymour, one or two errors then they can get the forward pack into the game. a team going forward is always a difficult one.|j strictly coming dancing is back. snazzy outfits, big songs and brave moves. forward is always a difficult one.” was just reading 15 couples did their thing forward is always a difficult one.” wasjust reading in forward is always a difficult one.” was just reading in the times this for the first time, morning, england and tonga, you including our very own mike bushell think england other favourites for and his partner katya jones. mike proved he had rhythm with head the tournament? i think they are my judge shirley ballas saying his kick favourite. south africa put in a big ball changes has week performance, and we saw france showing a bit of what they can do. the constituent parts of that
england team are really strong. a lot of big ball carriers, a eight potential. defensive system, and two first receivers at ten and 12. they have a very complete receivers at ten and 12. they have a very com plete tea m receivers at ten and 12. they have a very complete team and an amazing my my favourite thing was mike ‘s coach, so i do think although maybe capacity to concentrate hard. look not favourite with the bookies, i do see them performing, and they will have a good chance with tonga today. at thejumps, capacity to concentrate hard. look at the jumps, the energy and it! capacity to concentrate hard. look at thejumps, the energy and it!|j was looking at some of the other i‘m really looking forward to the judges‘ remarks. bruno said there we re judges‘ remarks. bruno said there were absolutely some steps which we re were absolutely some steps which game. you have enticed me, iwill were recognisable, which i think is a bit ofa i‘m really looking forward to the game. you have enticed me, i will be watching! we will have to say were recognisable, which i think is a bit of a backhanded compliment. goodbye to those of you watching on and another one said, i‘m not a fan of the aerial stuff. the jumping, i bbc one now. guess. i suppose if you are doing that your feet aren‘t really moving. at one point he looked like he‘d thank you for staying with us. moved into irish dancing. and there was a little bit of gangnam style as well, which is to be celebrated! earlier in the week, we met the kings troop royal horse well done mike. artillery, as they took a break from their ceremonial duties and swapped the tarmacked streets of london for the sandy beaches
of norfolk. breakfast‘s john maguire caught up with the unit katya has been saying after their early morning training to me, give me five! in the restaurant, when i was in bed next session and sent us this report. to my wife. as dawn breaks across i like that your wife didn't say, "five what?" the energy level was extraordinary. the north norfolk coast, holidaymakers are heading for the beach. that is the work of katya. but this isn‘t your usual the stamina, just when i thought we were finished for bucket and spade brigade. the day she would make it‘s not a brigade at all, but the king‘s troop of the royal horse artillery. they have exchanged woolwich barracks and the bright us do it formal times! lights of london for the golden early light of the east coast. tens of thousands of holidaymakers is a bit of downtime, will be waiting with baited breath it‘s a chance for to hear what the future the soldiers to have holds for travel company, fun with the horses. thomas cook. you can‘t deny that every single the tour operator is due to hold human being who rides a horse talks with shareholders and creditors this morning to come has a bond without horse, up with a rescue deal. and just because we are in the army, 150—thousand people could be that doesn‘t change. stranded if the firm goes this is a chance to keep building out of business. joining us now is consumer affairs on that bond and the soldiers will learn a lot about themselves, they learn a lot about journalist, felicity hannah. the horses that they didn‘t know before because they are doing something completely outside their comfort zone. they are a familiar sight talk us through the practicalities to millions of television
viewers around the world here. particularly, iguess, as they mark major royal and state occasions by firing their talk us through the practicalities here. particularly, i guess, from the perspective of holidaymakers who are on holiday right now, trying to historic guns 41 times. the men and women, and in this unit it is a 50—50 split, relax, trying to kick back and forget about the worries of home, are also in norfolk for annual military training, who understandably would be fearful about what is going to happen. it's but it is the beach that seems to last for an eternity, not what you want when you are and the sea, that are trying to enjoy a bit of sunshine before you head back to the uk, so it isa the main attractions. before you head back to the uk, so it is a worry for holidaymakers, but they shouldn‘t panic. there are lots it feels a million miles away of protections in place for them. if from the tarmac of london they have booked a full package with to here, the sands of north norfolk, flights they will be protected under but where those ceremonial duties a scheme called atol, and that means are very important and hard work, this is just great fun. one of the troop‘s key members is the they will be able to continue their regimental sergeant major, a soldier for almost 20 years, holiday. they might have to move but a horseman for only two. accommodation but they should be able to finish their holiday as planned and come home as planned. if i thought i would have a crack they booked just a package holiday at it and i took up without flights, they are probably horseriding, and i have protected under a similar industry the bug now i love it. specific insurance policy. for people who perhaps don‘t have those protections in place, in the event i grew up in edinburgh. the thomas cook to go out of
i never thought i would be riding a horse in london, and marching for the queen. business, it is very likely that the after two days at the seaside, government would repatriate them at the horses have perfected the right that point. they certainly did when way to dry off after a swim. monica airlines went under. if they find themselves stranded then at 0nce once back in london next week it is that point the travel insurance would hopefully step in. if you are a return to the pomp and ceremony of on holiday and you are worried you their dayjob. like the rest of us, don‘t have any protections, that the beach will have to wait until next year. your insurance policy does cover you for this kind of failure. some holidaymakers have been in touch doesn‘t that look terrific. with us wondering if they can ask for a refund in advance of the thomas cook holiday, because they doesn't that look terrific. on friday we were completely captivated by those pictures. we were glued to are so worried. what would you say to them? if you have booked a the screens, but i have a feeling it holiday in the future, and you still have the same protections. if thomas won‘t be maintained. cook can‘t make it through this the screens, but i have a feeling it won't be maintained. helen is with us, and we saw the sunshine on current round of negotiations, then friday, but look... you should be able to claim a refund or alternative under the atol scheme. it really illustrates how important it is to buy travel insurance as soon as you book your it is really quite nice on the holiday, because if you don‘t have norfolk this morning. it won‘t last, insurance now you could still ring but this is brighton! i was trying up insurance now you could still ring up and ensure and see if you could book travel insurance that would to find it for you in the last cover it, but it depends — nothing half—hour. this is brighton taken
about seven o‘clock this morning. official has happened so an insurer might say ok, we will provide you it's about seven o‘clock this morning. it‘s just a with protection, or you might say about seven o‘clock this morning. it‘sjust a hint about seven o‘clock this morning. it‘s just a hint that what‘s in the forecast for the day ahead. we need look, it is a known risk and we the rain. the gardens need the rain, won‘t cover you. and it has been largely drive the last week or so. chilli by night and look, it is a known risk and we won't cover you. it is amazing that thomas cook is such an iconic name find by day. i‘m not saying that‘s in travel, but this does speak to gone away but it has for the next few days. why? we have a series of how things are changing. they have a big presence on the high street, and whether or not they can get a deal fronts across the uk today, and they are alljust queueing up in the atla ntic to today that is sustainable in the are alljust queueing up in the atlantic to come away for the next long—term. they said they have had a few days. and it will get colder bad yearfor long—term. they said they have had a into the following week. let‘s bad year for reasons beyond their concentrate on what‘s happening control. exit uncertainty, the today. these thunderstorms working heatwave last summer, meaning people their way forward, another stayed home, they didn‘t book thunderstorm in their wake. it is last—minute breaks, and in the actually quite cool across scotland, western places like turkey. and scotland may feel best of all ultimately, the way we are shopping today for dry weather. now we have for holidays is changing. a lot of us are for holidays is changing. a lot of us are doing it online, we are the east coast is well with some dry choosing different elements of our and sunny weather. this is the radar lives and putting them together picture, so the rain and satellite ourselves, we don‘t necessarily turn combined. some decent weather, but toa ourselves, we don‘t necessarily turn to a travel agent like thomas cook. it isa to a travel agent like thomas cook. it is a sign that the industry will it won‘t last. these are thundery have to evolve to keep up with online if it is going to keep showers, edging northwards and
eastward, then some dry weather. competing. finally, there is always then we have this next band of rain. at advice, isn‘t there? if you have east anglia and north—eastern part at advice, isn‘t there? if you have a credit card, it is safer to book of scotland, most favoured forcing dry weather for longest, but really without an debit card. it is a only the far north—east of scotland looks set to stay dry. behind it little—known protection for consumers. if you spend more than will tighten up with some showers £100 and you use a credit card for following behind. because of the pa rt £100 and you use a credit card for part of that payment, then you have nature of these heavy showers, the an additional layer of protection. slow—moving band of rain will see that means that your credit card some rain falling throughout the provider isjointly course of today and tonight. not that means that your credit card provider is jointly liable with the company that you are buying through for whatever you have paid for. so, significant, especially as it is pretty dry at the moment because it if the company you are buying has been a dry september. the rain stag nates has been a dry september. the rain through does no wonder you can claim back through your credit card stagnates across northern scotland, company, and that is particularly important in cases like this. this then mild and cloudy with some mist and fog developing underneath the is like a last—ditch thing you can cloud. it is quite windy today and will become quite windy again tomorrow, courtesy of this area of claim through. i didn't know that. low pressure. the next one rolling if you are organised enough to pay off the atlantic. that will bring it off every month, it is an yes, more rain, because within that excellent thing to have. we have the remains of hurricane
labour‘s conference enters its second day today with party members no doubt hoping that the internal rows which attracted so much attention as it opened. labour‘s deputy leader tom watson humberto. it does look like this described a move to oust him will be a big rainmaker later at the party conference, as "a drive—by shooting" after he challenged the labour tomorrow, but between those weather systems for the main part of scotla nd systems for the main part of leader‘s position on brexit. scotland and much of england it and school inspections. doesn‘t look too bad. 20 degrees and we‘rejoined now by dan carden, the shadow international development some sunshine, not far away from what we had last week. so it‘s not a secretary. washout, just bands of rain moving through with stronger bands of rain. 0n through with stronger bands of rain. on tuesday across the eastern side everybody today is talking about of the country most of the day, disunity in the party. the front brighton is further west but a page of the sunday times reporting number of showers to come, heavy and ona page of the sunday times reporting on a senior aide ofjeremy corbyn ‘s slow—moving, as low pressure centres itself a closer to our shores. and leaving the party because a lack of low pressure will never be too far away for the rest of the week and common decency. this is a man who into the weekend, as you can see from the forecast chart. this is the wrote the manifesto last week. good morning, it is going to be speaking forecast from the capital rather way to you from brighton. yes, the through to sunday. london looking like seeing some dry weather but as sunday papers for me really don‘t reflect what is going on here in i say, never guaranteed with low pressure close by. so yes, we do brighton, which is 3000 party have some rain... we do! but it members coming together, trade
won‘t be raining all the time, and unions and announcements and debates we need the rain! we need to remind around some really fantastic, exciting policies, which i know you ourselves of that. thank you. say we will come onto, but that is what people here are talking about, and it really is a good atmosphere here in brighton, not one of 0nly around half of people diagnosed disunity, so i think you will get with cystic fibrosis lived to the age of a0. but the drug 0rkambi can that impression the more people you speak to hear. you say that, but the reports are of a deputy leader talking about sectarian games, the extend a child‘s life by decades. it leader accused of not getting involved quickly enough, party has been made available on the nhs members who feel they have to beg in scotland battles with nhs england had broken down over the cost. in against a civil war. that is the our had broken down over the cost. in u had broken down over the cost. in ourgroup of had broken down over the cost. in impression the electorate will be our group of parents have flown to argentina to access a version of the seen. drug ata argentina to access a version of the drug at a fraction of the price. we area ten—year—old aidan has cystic we are a democratic party and all fibrosis. he has been on 0rkambi for theissues a year, bought privately at the list we are a democratic party and all the issues around accountability and democracy are absolutely fair to be debated by the nec and others in the price of £10a,000. he is feeling the party, but it was jeremy who stepped benefits. before i had the 0rkambi, m, party, but it was jeremy who stepped in, ithink party, but it was jeremy who stepped in, i think in superquick time to this... is how i used to be. aidan‘s resolve these issues, and to say that we will have a review into
looking at the accountability of dad rob discovered vertex which democracy of leadership positions. so it was jeremy‘s makes 0rkambi had failed to patent democracy of leadership positions. so it wasjeremy‘s role as a unifier it in argentina. he found a company this week that was... start talk they‘re making a much cheaper about policy issues. was it quick generic version. it costs £2a,000 enough and was his endorsement of tom watson robust enough?” for a year‘s supply. generic version. it costs £2a,000 for a year's supply. it was not a enough and was his endorsement of tom watson robust enough? i think it was within hours, i think it was eureka moment, it gave us all hope, robust, i think it was quick, but as the government has been in negotiations for four years with the pharmaceutical company, they did not i say, why should it be seem to be making any progress so we controversial that we talk about democracy and accountability within had to do something radical. and a political party? don‘t forget we that something radical is a buyers have half a million members of our party, we have millions of trade club. rob has taken a group of unionist, that all feed into our pa rents club. rob has taken a group of parents and people with cystic party, and they are allowed to have fibrosis to argentina to buy the a voice and really the fact that it cheaper version of the medicine. splashes on sunday newspapers is not new day dawning, flying over brazil really that much of a surprise. we at the moment. it's a huge financial stretch to even afford three—month for pa rents are open, we are democratic and stretch to even afford three—month for parents like paul, whose son joseph also has cf. in the car, setting an agenda for this country that will be hopefully putting to nearly there, getting increasingly the electorate within the next excited. we will see you in a minute couple of weeks. doesn't become about leadership and identity, and ina box,
excited. we will see you in a minute in a box, i hope. —— with a box, i in particular labour‘s identity when it comes to brexit is incredibly hope. that was not very confused, you can say until you are straightforward and easy but we got blue in the face that is crystal it. campaigners say buyers clubs are clear, but it is not to the not a long—term solution, and electorate, they find it confusing government action is needed. we ask that a labour leader could go into a general election without deciding whether he wants to leave or remain? vertex for an interview, it declined the labour party now is the party and gave us a statement. it says "it with the sensible democratic remains in talks with nhs england, position on brexit. you see in the conservatives pushing an no deal and the price of its medicines crashing out of the european union, reflect the significant cost of which has no mandate, the liberal research and development." you can democrats wanting to revoke, and see more on that story on inside out think of the damage that could do to the social fabric of this country. in the south and south—west regions, and so labour has said, we want to resolve, we want to and the brexit at 730 on bbc one tomorrow and it crisis, which this country has been left with after nine years of tory will also be available later on the government, and that means we will negotiate within three months, a bbc iplayer. we have the headlines labour deal and we will put it to the people, so that people will have the people, so that people will have for you in 11 minutes. the final say and have the six now it‘s time for the travel show with carmen roberts. this week on the travel show: i take to the sky here injapan to check out one of the country‘s months of a general election. do you latest world heritage sites.
not think that if you go into a and alex goes on board a unique tall ship that‘s been adapted so everyone general election message, you risk can be part of the crew. losing key marginal seats that jeremy corbyn needs to win if he is they‘re so close! to be prime minister? no, i have we start this week in osaka. been campaigning in these marginal seats over the last few weeks, and a modern city totally rebuilt actually brexit is not the issue after the devastation of the second world war. that voters on the doorsteps want to talk about. it is the nhs, which is but among the street why we have this policy today about crossings and skyscrapers, you can still find artefacts from its past. free prescriptions, so we matched you mightjust not be able to spot what happens in scotland, wales and them from the ground. made it to the top. the people have access to their medications without having to pay it‘s a little bit of a view, the £9 charge. they are the issues it‘s not bad, a lot of trees here. that people care about stop there is not really that much to see. a media obsession around brexit, for to get the best view far too long it has been "are you of these historic wonders, remain orare you really have to take to the sky. far too long it has been "are you remain or are you leave", and brexit is actually a complex issue that needs complex debates. neither party taking off... clear now, we will bring it to an let‘s go. end by having a referendum on giving the people the final say —— the labour party is clear now. talk to those bread—and—butter issues, your dotted across the city, policy announcement today. there are nearly 50 grassy hills,
some of them built in prescription charges at the moment a distinctive keyhole shape. save the nhs almost £600 million a the japanese call them kofun, year, that is money that is valued burial mounds built over by the treasury, why not keep them 1,500 years ago. on? i don't think it's fair. i think people, especially who have long—term health conditions, sometimes too often miss their medication and can‘t afford, people have to choose between weather they these man—made structures hold buy medication or they put food on the remains of some of ancient the table, or heat their homes, 0sa ka‘s most powerful figures. that‘s not right in one of the richest countries in the world. we have seen that this has been done and this summer, these memorials were recognised as the city‘s first successfully in scotland and other unesco world heritage site. countries around the world, so this is the right thing to do, and as you remember the last general election, the labour party costed all our promises, and we will do it again at the next election. so this will be fully costed, but it is a worthwhile and right thing to do. and the plan is to get rid of the schools inspection team of 0fsted, lots of yoshizawa—san has been studying the tombs for decades and was involve in the teachers and head teachers will say
that he has done a greatjob in successful unesco bid. raising the bar of education and making teachers and head teachers more accountable? that is not what i have been told by teachers in my own constituency. i fully support the ah, i see, we‘re abolition of 0fsted and what we need standing here right now. wow, this is so big. isa abolition of 0fsted and what we need is a schools inspection system that actually looks at the intake of schoolchildren from certain areas, whether schools are performing well in how they support children the size and shape of socially and developmentally, not a burial mounds depend on the person‘s status. just ad hoc inspections, high—stakes the sites were decorated with haniwa, clay figurines that inspections, that really don‘t tell were used in the funeral ceremony. us inspections, that really don‘t tell us much about the provision and education at the school provides. what we need is a holistic approach where the proposal includes low—level inspections that include the local authority, and don‘t forget labour is also going to a national education service, and within that education service we ok, let‘s go. will —— will be the inspector that
so once they‘re cleaned, what‘s the next step? tries to work with schools to bring about improvements, work with teachers and listen to their concerns and voices. we look forward to seeing teachers reactions to that, thank you forjoining us. here‘s helen with a look at this morning‘s weather. labour is by the seaside, but it doesn‘t like seaside weather. it is raining in brighton, not really seaside weather, not this week at like a jigsaw puzzle? least. i am yeah. seaside weather, not this week at least. iam keeping my seaside weather, not this week at least. i am keeping my fingers crossed that we will see a little more autumnal sunshine. we have some haniwa take on a lot of different forms and meanings. a house like this is thought to have in the east, this is l3 a little symbolised the person‘s lifestyle. earlier, what a difference a day reassembling these figures can makes. we had 23 degrees in take as long as a year. anglesey, not far where i come from. it is windy again today, but the wow, i wouldn‘t know where to start difference between yesterday and with a puzzle like this. i guess...maybe? todayis difference between yesterday and today is two or three weather fronts basically, one bringing thunderstorms through this morning, you can see those moving up through no. here? wales, they have come across maybe.
brighton area moving up to the north of england, and behind it, hotplate laughs. seals, then next man of rain, 0k. slow—moving, so that is a concern. northern ireland, england and wales in particular, where we could have through the course of today and after what we had overnight, perhaps 30-40 after what we had overnight, perhaps 30—a0 millimetres of rain falling on very dry ground, the garden really needed at the moment. so that band of rain follows these showers moving into northern england, scotland, the whale —— rain falling on, dry weather as well, so a changing weather as well, so a changing weather pattern, with sour —— showers and sunshine, some showers following, it is still quite windy now, finally this week we‘re heading out there at the moment, the winds to the port city of cardiff are not going to ease this in the united kingdom. afternoon, they are still relatively the welsh capital was once one of the largest warm, it is either that south—easterly wind and then there docklands in the world, is the atlantic when coming in, so made up of a bustling community of seafarers. not a particularly cold direction for us, but cold hour could well and now, it the starting point follow, not this coming week but the for the travel show‘s alex taylor, one after. that‘s a long way off at who‘s in for a unique sailing experience. the moment, through the night the this is tenacious, the only wind and rain moves into scotland tall ship of its kind and has run into tomorrow, then we in the world, designed and built so it can be sailed by a truly have dry weather following them in a particular culture because we keep a mixed—ability crew. bit of breeze, some cloud and it
will tend to fill in with mist and fog any gaps by morning. 0ur morning wow, how are they going to get us up there? was sandwiched between two weather i will be on that mast? are you serious? fronts, one affecting northern scotland, when coming into the south this was the largest wooden ship and west, this is quite a dominant area of low pressure this week and to be built in the uk for over a century when it was within it there are remnants of hurricane humberto, which means you have tropical air and warm air, completed in 2000. tropical air can hold more water so the jubilee sailing we are expecting this to be a trust is a registered general quite a big rainmaker as it charity running the ship, which focuses on people can do moves into northern ireland, wales and the south—west of england instead of what they can‘t. through tomorrow afternoon. they will be some very decent, dry and sunny weather, beach weather if you like, it may well get towards brighton in the latter part of the afternoon. so not bad for some areas with my ginger biscuits in my bag i was hauled tomorrow, but come tuesday that has moved into the dry areas, that rain aboard to spend a week allowing brighter skies, but lots of with my new shipmates. on board i will be part of the ship‘s watch, showers to come behind because at hoisting the sails, the low pressure ijust showed you is there, throwing in all this and getting stuck in. u nsettled is there, throwing in all this unsettled weather and not just tuesday still quite warm air but what you‘ve got here is — you‘ve got your bunk. 0k. basically for the rest of the week and you‘ve also got lockers. right. it is looking much more unsettled. having had that taste of summer in a i think we are expecting some pretty choppy weather as we leave here, quiet, settled in quite warm weather down to land‘s end.
last week, this week very different fun. but i guess the captain will explain it. altogether. although as you can see ginger biscuits are good, right? the london, perhaps not quite as much rain around the middle part of you got it! the week. but still, the jury is out, it is an unsettled picture and you are the crew, not guests or passengers will be difficult to pinpoint the details day today. or any of that nonsense, you guys are here as crew, you are the ones that it is that water that heads down the are going to do all the bits and pieces screen. . . to move the ship, to make it is that water that heads down the screen... have you decided whether it all happen. now, to do that, we have to do to pack your bikini for brighton?m a little bit of training. is always in my case. you just have these are permanently rigged in position. we've got two evacuation routes, to ta ke this is one of them, is always in my case. you just have to take those opportunistic moments. and all that we ask you should see him in salford quays. time to look inside the papers. for our wheelchair angela epsteinjoins us. you are users or those people that are with them, is that for an emergency, the wheelchair user is in their wheelchair. moving us away from politics. only if you want me to. if you want me to nice and gently, fly the red flag, i can do that. guys, hand over hand. looking at some of the storage in the papers this morning, and the first one i caught my eye, even south—westerly, four or five, though it is a slender story down occasionally six at first. the side of the page three splash, heave! it immediately lept out at me. this is about the fact that the
organisers of written's diggers music awards, the brits, are looking two, six! at abolishing gender categories. this comes after the singer sam smith revealed they were changing their personal pronoun, to refer to them spell —— themselves as they— heave! them. which is what we struggle with... them. which is what we struggle with. . . that them. which is what we struggle with... that is plural. it makes it quite hard to understand a sentence it‘s lovely, actually, thatis it‘s part of a team already. quite hard to understand a sentence that is talking about sam smith. learning things, so yeah, it‘s a really new experience, really. because you are thinking, who are i got mark imprints from where the other people? exactly. so it has all of the ropes were, not happened yet but obviously the brits are going since 77, they have had separate gongs for male and i bought these. female artists, but now they are because otherwise your hands looking at ways to —— ways to would be in pieces. a final destination accommodate musicians who identify themselves as non— binary. accommodate musicians who identify will be poole in dorset. themselves as non- binary. the conversation about the bindery issue is the bigger picture thing of, why chris, my watch leader for the journey, tells me how he started. actually have gender categories, why not have just actually have gender categories, why not havejust singer? actually have gender categories, why not have just singer? right. think
about this though, i think 0.4% of i came along with no experience with disability. i came on board and i was buddied up the population identify as non— binary, i'm not saying that for with a guy who‘d had a stroke those people it is not a difficult, when he was in his 20s. and he was such a lovely guy, sensitive or challenging issue, but we had such a really good time, this is a moral panic sweeping the it was just a nice atmosphere on board. everyone kind of pitches country, and we are bashing people in and it‘s a great equalising environment. ever had with this very blunt instrument, as if to say, to forward this agenda, we will stop having a male and female category. men and women are not unequal, they are just i don‘t like the distinction different, and if you take the late of able—bodied and disabled. whitney houston's vocal range, it's i don‘t either. massively different from say david i hate it. bowie. so to put them in the same and the more time is spend pot is almost unfair because you can't compete, they are different with a wider range of people, types of artists. but we think of the more i dislike it. people who are non— binary as that because you come on ships and you suddenly find that people have got all sorts of strengths and weaknesses, talents tiny minority, but maybe that is and abilities. irrespective of the way they are. like homosexuality, in the fullness of time, it is up to us to... but it is always the conservative majority who feel they have to accommodate. this has nothing to do with gender
politics and whether it is right or wow, that is amazing! wrong, i politics and whether it is right or wrong, lam politics and whether it is right or wrong, i am saying politics and whether it is right or wrong, lam saying in politics and whether it is right or wrong, i am saying in terms of music different things. why can't we look! that‘s beautiful! celebrate the differences rather that‘s ridiculous! than making it a war zone. should we had to the mail on sunday next. the story you have spotted about police they‘re so close! patrols and motorways. this i suppose you should, what is a smart way to a —— smart motorway? suppose you should, what is a smart way to a -- smart motorway? they react to the amount of congestion on as the sun sets on my watch and the dolphins, it was my turn to take the helm the road and have variable traffic limits, what they do is predict how of the 700 ton ship. much congestion there is further a bit more to the right. down the road, and modify the speed you‘re actually spot—on at the moment. limit ahead of that in order to absolutely spot on. present, sorry prevented, that only on camera. 0ff camera i‘m terrible. truncated bunched up concertina traffic on the roads. they also you‘re doing what you should be don't have hard shoulders by and doing which is stop, large in order to create more space, look at it, what‘s it doing? instead they have so—called "refuge areas" in order to accommodate which way do i need anyone who has stranded. the problem to turn the wheel? and you turn it exactly the right way. my first time ever behind the wheel is that lamentably there has been a of a tall ship like this,
it‘s huge and it‘s numberof is that lamentably there has been a number of deaths on smart motorways quite powerful and big. asa number of deaths on smart motorways as a consequence of this, which is as night falls i finally get time to reflect on today‘s challenges, absolutely horrible to think about. and look ahead to tomorrow. also this idea there is a safety issue. if you have ever sat in a 50 and thinking why is this, because i don‘t know how everything started and where it ended so i‘m a bit lost. the lanes seem empty, the problem is that you have motorists who are stranded and motorways where there look at that! is not a hard shoulder. what is it‘s been a good time. happening in this story is that the i‘ve been seeing things which i would never see. police patrols are recognising this dolphins especially, and actually going to introduce more i never thought i‘d see them. police on certain stretches of the we‘re gonna go up a mast hopefully, m1 to make it safe rather than and met people which is amazing, deploy police resources, surelyjust have more lay buyers or don't who i wouldn‘t normally have met. abandon the hard shoulder, because this is a kind of thing that i don't think it's working. it seems we‘ve all got on well counterintuitive. .. very much so. as a team, so yeah — it‘s been a bonding moment i think for should we talk about archie for a everyone. little bit. this suggestion in the sunday telegraph that the sussexs should put archie front and centre.
everyone goes" should put archie front and centre. everyone goes" aww". i am a big royalist because i am not taking up them, they are off to south africa and the editor—in—chief of majesty, royal commentator, says if you are going to reignite public goodwill you should get archie down the middle of your visit. this will be a huge pendulum swing for the —— duke and duchess because we have only seen one foot, their decision as parents, to can modify them, to make archie an instrument in order to improve it, the battering they have had, i think it is almost counterintuitive, because people recognise cynical... absolutely. taking with you, sticker son had on him and let's get a look at him, like looking at babies, it is better than looking at brexit. and what humanises them all, is to show what it is really like travelling with a baby, and any identify with them a
lot more. i would love to see the duchess of sussex with the weetabix, matching shoes, anything who has other tried to get out of the house. trying to put sunscreen on... is 7:30. the andrew marr show is on bbc one at 9:00 this morning. andrew, what do you have on the programme? there is a spot of bother in the labour party? it was sunny here in brighton yesterday, storm clouds beginning to swell around behind me, iam going beginning to swell around behind me, i am going to bejoined, perhaps only weeks away from a general election, by the leader of the 0ppositionjeremy election, by the leader of the 0pposition jeremy corbyn, live election, by the leader of the 0ppositionjeremy corbyn, live in the studio. what‘s to talk about, but also because there is a much else to talk about, the foreign secretary dominic raab, so dreamy as you can at nine o‘clock. 00:30:53,526 --> 4294966103:13:29,430 stay with us, headlines coming up.